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Japanese というわけだ grammar toiuwakeda
Japanese というわけだ grammar toiuwakeda

Let’s learn Japanese というわけだ grammar toiuwakeda :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :

clause + というわけだ

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning: “mean”, “so”, “the reason is..”. This is a form that adds という to the two uses of わけだ

1. Describe natural result of an action, event. Usually used with 「ので」、「だから」、「から」…

For example

Saikin iroiro na taisou o shi te i masu. Karada ga yoku naru wake da.
I have done excersise very much recently, so my health is better.

ano ko ha isshoukenmei benkyou shi ta node, jouzu ni natte, yuumei na daigaku ni goukaku shi ta wake da yo.
This child tried really hard to study well, so he did pass a famous university

sakki kanojo ha kirei da to homerare mashi ta. Yorokon de iru wake da.
She was praised for being beautiful, so she was happy

2. Describe things that can be replaced by another. Means “In other words”. Usually used with 「つまり」、「要するに」、「すなわち」、「言いかえれば」

For example

kinyoubi ha jugyou ga yasumi, getsuyoubi ha shukujitsu da. Tsumari, 4 renkyuu toiu wake da.
Friday is a dayoff and next monday is holiday. In other words, we have 4 dayoffs.

hoka no hima na hi ga nai desu yo. Tsumari, kyou dake ae masu yo.
I have no more free time. In other words, I can meet you today only.

kanojo ha 6 sai no toki, yuumei na e o kaku shiai de kachi masu yo. Tsumari, kanojo ha osanai toki kara e ga jouzu da yo.
She won the draw competition when she was 6. In other words, she was good at drawing when she was a child.

Related structures :

わけではない:wakedehanai, wake dehanai
というわけではない:toiuwakedehaani, toiu wakedehanai
わけにはいかない:wakeniha ikanai, wakenihaikanai
ないわけにはいかない:naiwakeniwaikanai, naiwakeniha ikanai

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